People are by far the biggest asset in your organisation, but continually companies fail to use their staff to combat cyber-attacks.
Google Glass, for all its promise, has some scary implications. Here is my list of 5 potential challenges we face with Glass:
PhishMe, the leading provider of security behaviour management services that improve employees’ resilience towards spear phishing, malware, and drive-by attacks, today announced the availability of its patent-pending Phish Reporter™
The tooth, which is designed to be worn much like an artificial denture, collects data on the movement of the mouth before transmitting it to a computer or smartphone.
Praetorian this week launched a free, cloud-based password auditing service that ferrets out weak passwords and hashes.
A new development that sees Flash chips dropped into a standard memory slot on a server should allow for improved enterprise application performance and execution.
According to NQ Mobile’s 2013 Midyear Mobile Security Report, more than 51,000 new mobile malware threats were identified in the first half of 2013, infecting approximately 21 million mobile devices.
In the six or seven years that we have been publishing the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report (SIR) I have seen many trends emerge over time.
Members of a Russian cybercrime forum attempted to frame respected security blogger Brian Krebs by mailing 13 bags of heroin to his home and alerting police.
A hi-tech GPS spoofing attack took “remote control” of a 213-foot, $80 million superyacht – steering it off course, without anyone touching the steering wheel.